For over eighty years, since its construction in 1886, the house at 2 Main Street, remained a single family year-round residence. The high-ceilinged first floor had two parlors, a formal dining room, entry hall, and a spacious family kitchen. The two upper floors contained twelve bedrooms and one bath. A nephew of the original owners took possession early this past century and became the second generation of his family to live here.
Eventually Main Street became part of US Route 1 (The Blue Star Highway) and the address was changed to 135 US Route 1
In the late 1960's, Richard Bair and his partner Ken Kendrick purchased the Victorian home on the hill and became the first owners outside the original family. An ocean view dining room was built off the parlor, and Two Village Square an Inn was born. The first floor operated as a restaurant while the 11 guestrooms shared two baths
Beginning in 1977 plywood covered much of the lower portion of the building, and curtains flapped out of a broken third-story window. In April of 1980 Bob Zipp and his partner John fell in love with Ogunquit and the abandoned inn. Within two months of their initial visit they relocated, renovated, and opened THE INN at Two Village Square.
911 emergency systems brought about another address change and Village Square Lane was established. The inn is now at 14 Village Square Lane but still boasts its signature number 2 at the peak of its roof
In October of 2002, 14 Village Square Lane was taken over by Joe Bellin & CT Steele. Extensive renovations and additions transformed the inn into a distinctively casual ocean view getaway. That new chapter was marked by the restoration of the name to Two Village Square.
In May of 2010 the Inn was purchased by Ogunquit residents and current Innkeepers of the Gazebo Inn Ogunquit, Scott Osgood and Bruce Senecal, to carry on the tradition of welcoming guests at Two Village Square. Come be a part of the next chapter and enjoy the diverse and relaxed atmosphere found at 2 Village Square Inn Ogunquit .